Craig T. Collins
Statewide Professional Development Coordinator
Craig Collins recently retired after completing 32 years as a public school administrator in Illinois. For the past 15 years, Craig held the position of Assistant Superintendent-Human Resources in Geneva Community Unit School District 304. A graduate of St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, Craig holds a Masters Degree in Educational Administration from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
A strong proponent of leadership development, Craig has played an active role in advancing Illinois ASBO’s efforts to better support and nurture school administrators in their leadership roles. Craig currently serves as a Professional Development Coordinator for Illinois ASBO. In this position, he develops and facilitates Administrator Academies, serves as a consultant to Illinois school districts, and plans and implements professional development activities to school leaders, especially those outside the Chicago metropolitan area.
Craig is a certified Life Orientations (LIFO) trainer. He has completed the Principles and Practices of Organizational Development program at Columbia University in New York City, a program preparing individuals to serve as consultants to business, industrial and educational organizations.